High school sweethearts Adriana and Raymond wanted to get married in a romantic, vintage wedding surrounded by their family, friends, and church community, and by the looks of these pictures, they got their wish! According to their photographer Kelly Cameron Photography, the bride pulled inspiration from wedding blogs (I hope DIY Bride was among those!) and friends and family pitched in to decorate the venue.
From the photographer: “Adriana and Raymond are highly involved in their church community and the evidence of the vast touch this couple had on so many lives through their relationship and service together was incredibly evident in their beautiful wedding. Through slideshows and countless toasts, their long love story was recounted, leaving not a dry eye in the gathering. A vivacious Puerto Rican family on both sides, this celebration was a community effort, and created a stunning, rustic elegance in Central Texas.
Adriana and her church family made many of the little touches and decorated the venue together. From her aunt making the cake and cupcake favors to a the table decor, the whole celebration was a group effort.
Adriana is a graphic designer and photographer/videographer, and Raymond is in engineering. They love playing video games together, serving in their church, and working with the youth community. Ever since they met, Ray has been a gear head – always working on cars and tinkering. The shots of the groomsmen with their vehicles perfectly illustrate the strong bond these gents have with their wheels.
One of my favorite parts of this wedding was how just minutes before the ceremony the groomsmen went to play poker while they waited for the bride to get ready. Such a fun, relaxed wedding with so much love surrounding this joyful couple!”
Congrats to Adriana and Raymond!
Photography: Kelly Cameron Photography
Caterer: TEX-RICAN Bar-B-Que
Floral Designer: Annette Florals
Musicians: Celebration Strings
Reception Venue: Cathedral Oaks Event Center
Cinema and Video: Steve Cook Video
Cake Designer: Awilda Lopez (the bride’s aunt)
DJ: Felix Hernandez
Linens and Coverings: Confetti’s Tent & Event Rentals
Tuxedo and Mens Attire: Saxons of Killeen
Submitted via Two Bright Lights